Inside the numbers: Congestion's cost to trucking

The cost of congestion each year is staggering. In 2015, the trucking industry experienced over 996 million hours of delay because of congestion, which is equivalent to 362,243 commercial truck drivers sitting idle for an entire working year. The American Transportation Research Institute determined the cost to be $63.4 billion.

This infographic highlights some of the facts around congestion and its ultimate cost to trucking operations. For even more on congestion, read: Inside the true costs of congestion.